Creating a Brand

Why Developing Habits Matters for Every Leader with Andy Uprichard

September 03, 2019 Season 1 Episode 12
Creating a Brand
Why Developing Habits Matters for Every Leader with Andy Uprichard
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Creating a Brand
Why Developing Habits Matters for Every Leader with Andy Uprichard
Sep 03, 2019 Season 1 Episode 12
Alex Sanfilippo / Andy Uprichard

We all have habits. It’s one thing each of us has in common. Some people have bad habits, but they still have habits. If you want to lead well, you need to develop healthy habits that lead to success.

Why Developing Habits Matters for Every Leader

In this episode of the Creating a Brand Podcast, Andy Uprichard discusses why developing habits matters for every leader.

Andy Uprichard was born and raised in Northern Ireland. He played soccer at a professional level and went to school for teaching/education. He ended college 13th most qualified teacher in Northern Ireland.

After getting married, he and his wife moved to Florida, and he got a job as a pastor. Then moved on to become a principle of a private Christian school. Andy succeeded as a principle and was promoted to vice president of the entire organization. Since Andy became the VP, they have become a higher ranked school in Florida.

Andy’s ability to lead well is due to his habits that he has developed; they’ve helped keep him on track and growing.

For full show notes visit creatingabrandpodcast.com

Show Notes

We all have habits. It’s one thing each of us has in common. Some people have bad habits, but they still have habits. If you want to lead well, you need to develop healthy habits that lead to success.

Why Developing Habits Matters for Every Leader

In this episode of the Creating a Brand Podcast, Andy Uprichard discusses why developing habits matters for every leader.

Andy Uprichard was born and raised in Northern Ireland. He played soccer at a professional level and went to school for teaching/education. He ended college 13th most qualified teacher in Northern Ireland.

After getting married, he and his wife moved to Florida, and he got a job as a pastor. Then moved on to become a principle of a private Christian school. Andy succeeded as a principle and was promoted to vice president of the entire organization. Since Andy became the VP, they have become a higher ranked school in Florida.

Andy’s ability to lead well is due to his habits that he has developed; they’ve helped keep him on track and growing.

For full show notes visit creatingabrandpodcast.com

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